The UN issued an alarm after the new bomb attacks on the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant

The UN issued an alarm after the new bomb attacks on the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant

Russia and Ukraine again exchanged allegations of attacks on Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, located in Ukraine’s Zaporizhia region alarm bells are ringing again in the international community about the safety of this nuclear infrastructure.

The CEO of the Russian state nuclear energy company Rosatom, Alexei Lijachev, today warned of the danger of a nuclear catastrophe at the facility, which has been under the control of Russian troops since last March. after the new bombings over the weekend.

“We are informing the international community about this The plant is threatened by a nuclear catastrophe and Kyiv clearly believes that a small nuclear incident would be acceptable,” Likhachev said, according to the official TASS news agency.

“Nevertheless, Radiation will not ask Kyiv what kind of incident it wants. It will set a precedent that will change the course of history forever. Therefore, everything must be done so that no one can even think about endangering the safety of nuclear power plants,” Likhachev said.

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